We are on a mission to have the words E Pluribus Unum in every municipal building across the country.

We believe that the phrases E Pluribus Unum and We The People promote the truly inclusive nature of American society.

There is a movement the United States that started in 2002 with the Bakersfield California City Council and the installation of an In God We Trust plaque in the council chambers. This was proposed and pushed through by Jacquie Sullivan.
2 years later she founded the non-profit organization In God We Trust-America, a 501c3 dedicated “To Promote Patriotism By Encouraging Elected Officials to “Vote Yes” To Legally Display Our Congressionally Approved National Motto IN GOD WE TRUST In Every City, County Chamber and State Capitol In America”.
This group has succeeded in pressuring 480 government bodies to install this in their chambers. The best argument they have and the only one that seems to work is that fact that it is our national motto.
This is where we come in. It is our goal to have the national motto changed to “E Pluibus Unum” or “We the People”. These are the mottoes our founders intended us to have. One is enshrined as the first words in our founding document, The Constitution. The other  is stamped via the Great Seal on every official government document.  It is on our coins and had been the de-facto motto until being replaced in 1956 out of fear of communism.

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